Neil Visalvanich
Neil Visalvanich
Durham University
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When does race matter? Exploring white responses to minority congressional candidates
N Visalvanich
Politics, Groups, and Identities 5 (4), 618-641, 2017
It’s all about race: How state legislators respond to immigrant constituents
M Gell-Redman, N Visalvanich, C Crabtree, CJ Fariss
Political Research Quarterly 71 (3), 517-531, 2018
Asian candidates in America: The surprising effects of positive racial stereotyping
N Visalvanich
Political research quarterly 70 (1), 68-81, 2017
Call to (in) action: The effects of racial priming on grassroots mobilization
HJG Hassell, N Visalvanich
Political Behavior 37 (4), 911-932, 2015
Primaries and candidates: Examining the influence of primary electorates on candidate ideology
L Nielson, N Visalvanich
Political Science Research and Methods 5 (2), 397-408, 2017
The Party's Primary Preferences: Race, Gender, and Party Support of Congressional Primary Candidates
HJG Hassell, N Visalvanich
American Journal of Political Science 63 (4), 905-919, 2019
Polarized primaries and polarized legislators: Examining the influence of primary elections on polarization in the US House
L Nielson, N Visalvanich
Available at SSRN 2262502, 2013
Voters are more likely to support Asian-American candidates in American elections
N Visalvanich
USApp–American Politics and Policy Blog, 2017
New evidence on race and representation
M Gell-Redman, L Anastasopoulos, C Crabtree, N Visalvanich
OSF, 2016
Racial cues not only change the opinions people have, but also the public political actions they take.
HJG Hassell, N Visalvanich
USApp-American Politics and Policy Blog, 2015
Race in a" Post-Racial" America:: An Experimental and Observational Look at the Effect of Race on Political Behavior
N Visalvanich
UC San Diego, 2014
Explaining Legislative Extremity: Examining the Effect of Electoral and Campaign Constituencies on Legislative Behavior in the US House
L Nielson, N Visalvanich
Available at SSRN 2254596, 2013
Perceptions of Polarization: Examining Voter Responses to Candidate Extremity
N Visalvanich, N Bonoff
Available at SSRN 2246947, 2013
Premature Elections and Voter Perceptions
N Visalvanich
APSA 2010 Annual Meeting Paper, 2010
Always Faithful? Examining the Role of Military Status in Racial Evaluations of South Asian Candidates
SK Sriram, N Visalvanich
When Does Race Matter? Exploring White Responses to Minority Candidates in a “Post-Racial” Era
N Visalvanich
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